This trendremoval is similar to that used toremove nonclimatic growth-relatedtrends in dendroclimaticrecords (29 ).
[Morchella] esculentoides [is] similar to Morchella esculenta, a European esculent, whose name, appropriately, means "edible".
Coupled with the Constitution's proscription of ex post facto laws is a similarprohibitionagainstbills of attainder.
These are similar in composition to the leanerironores of Brazil, called itabirite, but differin that the silica is in the form of chemicallydepositedchert, rather thanfragmentalquartzgrains.
Instead of a promotion, I opted for a lateralmove to a similar position in the marketingdepartment.
From a similar selection, says M. Remusat, the Coreans have made a monophonic alphabet of ninevowels and fifteen consonants
While the mixture is very similar to crepe batter, when you confine it to deep, narrow, muffinlike molds, the surface of the battersets and the air is trapped, so that the pastry has nowhereto go but up andout, creating a gravity-defyingbubble.
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So if the childnowrepresents these instances as being blickets, she represents them as beingmore similar to each other than they seemedpreviously.